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Missouri Department of 

Social Services 

Your Potential. Our Support. 

Children's Division 
Early Childhood and 
Prevention Services Section 

BLOCK GRANT 
CHILD CARE 
MONTHLY 
MANAGEMENT 
REPORT 

November 2012 

Missouri Department of Social Services 

Research & Evaluation 
221 W. High Street 
Jefferson City, MO 65101 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Figure 1 Map of Regions 1 

Figure 2 Reason for Care 2 

Figure 3 Children Served by Facility 2 

Figure 4 Children Served by Provider 2 

Table 1 Statewide Summary 3 

Table 2 Applications 4-5 

Table 3 Reason for Care 6-7 

Figure 5 Children Served 8 

Figure 6 Child Care Payments 8 

Figure 7 Children Served by Region 9 

Table 4 Children Served and Payments by Fund Category 10-11 

Figure 8 Total Children Served By Age Group 12 

Figure 9 Children Served Age < 2 by Facility 12 

Figure 10 Children Served Ages 2-5 by Facility 13 

Figure 11 Children Served Ages > 5 by Facility 13 

Figure 12 Children Served in Center by Age 14 

Figure 13 Children Served in Family Home by Age 14 

Figure 14 Children Served in Group Home by Age 14 

Table 5 Children Served & Payments by Child Age & Facility 15-16 

Table 6 Child Care Demographics 17 

DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - i 



Figure 
Figure 
Table 



15 
16 
7 



Children Served by Provider Type 

Child Care Providers by Type 

Child Served, Providers & Payments by Provider Type 



18 
18 
19 



GLOSSARY 



FCS/AC/CTS/I I S Family Centered Services/Alternative Care/Children's Treatment 
Services/Intensive In-Home Services 

IM Income Maintenance 

ECPSS Early Childhood and Prevention Services Section 

NOTES 



• Unless noted elsewhere, all data contained in this report is based on payments made 
during the report month, usually for care provided the previous month. 

• Payment data provided is for informational purposes only and is not meant to provide 
an auditable account of expenditures. 

• Observe caution in the use of percentages when the base for computations is small, 
especially if observations total less than 100. 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - ii 



Figure 1. Regions 



NW REGION 



KC REGION 




NE REGION 



Pike 



Vernon 



Barton 



Jasper 



McDonald 



Cedar 



Dade 



Lincoln 



Warren 



Jefferson 



/St Louis City 

STL REGION 



Crawford 



Greene 



Webster 



Christian 



Barry 



Wright 



Dent 



Washington 



Iron 



Ste 
-.Genevieve 



Francois^ 



Texas 



Douglas 



Stone 






Taney 



Shannon 




Madison 



Wayne 



Bollinger 



Cape 
Girardeau . 



Scott 



Carter 



Stoddard 



0fe 9° n Ripley 



SW REGION 



SE REGION 



fDunklin 



New 
Madrid 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 1 



Figure 2. Reason for Child Care 



November 2012 



12-Month Average 
November 20 11 -October 2012 



Bnpbyment 
19,441 

63% 





Figure 3. Children Served by Facility 



November 2012 



12- Month Average 
November 20 11 -October 2012 



Group Home Care 
954 

2% 




Famly Home 
Care 
13,492 
29% 




Figure 4. Children Served by Provider 




DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 2 



TABLE 1. CHILD CARE STATEWIDE SUMMARY 
Nov 2012 





NUMBER 


NUMBER 


NUMBER 


NUMBER 


CHANGE 


CHANGE 


CHANGE 




OR AMOUNT 


OR AMOUNT OR AMOUNT 


OR AMOUNT 


FROM 


FROM 


FROM 




Nov-2012 


Oct- 20 12 


Sep-2012 


Nov-2011 


LAST MONTH 


2 MONTHS AGO 


LAST YEAR 




APPLICATIONS RECEIVED 


5,256 


6,321 


6,026 


5,333 


-16.8% 


-12.8% 


-1.4% 


APPLICATIONS APPROVED 


2,894 


3,462 


3,476 


3,201 


-16.4% 


-16.7% 


-9.6% 


APPLICATIONS REJECTED 


2,298 


2,130 


2^845 


1,932 


-15.8% 


-19.2% 


18.9% 


APPLICATIONS PENDING 


1,273 


1,537 


1,788 


1,038 


-17.2% 


-28.8% 


22.6% 


15 DAYS OR LESS 


881 


1,107 


1,143 


822 


-20.4% 


-22.9% 


7.2% 


MORE THAN 15 DAYS 


392 


430 


645 


216 


-8.8% 


-39.2% 


81.5% 


HOUSEHOLD REASON FOR CARE* 














EMPLOYMENT 


19,441 


19,676 


19,683 


21,877 


-1.2% 


-1.2% 


-11.1% 


EDUCATION 


4,136 


4,254 


4,195 


5,680 


-2.8% 


-1.4% 


-27.2% 


TRAINING 


907 


922 


913 


1,064 


-1.6% 


-0.7% 


-14.8% 


PROTECTIVE SERVICES 


5,961 


5,881 


6,356 


5,714 


1.4% 


-6.2% 


4.3% 


SPECIAL NEED 


92 


86 


89 


107 


7.0% 


3.4% 


-14.0% 


INCAPACITATED PARENT 


230 


240 


247 


336 


-4.2% 


-6.9% 


-31.5% 


TOTAL HOUSEHOLDS 


30,767 


31,059 


31,483 


34,778 


-0.9% 


-2.3% 


-11.5% 


CHILDREN SERVED BY FACILITY 
















CENTER CARE 


29,572 


28,632 


30,482 


32,439 


3.3% 


-3.0% 


-8.8% 


FAMILY HOME CARE 


11,933 


11,922 


12,591 


14,423 


0.1% 


-5.2% 


-17.3% 


GROUP HOME CARE 


954 


968 


988 


1,007 


-1.4% 


-3.4% 


-5.3% 


CHILDREN SERVED BY PROVIDER 














LICENSED 


29,307 


28,501 


30,286 


32,660 


2.8% 


-3.2% 


-10.3% 


LICENSE EXEMPT 


4,246 


4,129 


4,611 


4,683 


2.8% 


-7.9% 


-9.3% 


REGISTERED 


8,945 


8,979 


9,415 


10,545 


-0.4% 


-5.0% 


-15.2% 






TOTAL (UN DUPLICATED) 
















CHILDREN SERVED 


42,059 


41,140 


43,558 


47,382 


2.2% 


-3.4% 


-11.2% 


CHILD CARE PAYMENTS 


$12,866,170 


$11,786,477 


$12,840,948 


$13,897,873 


9.2% 


0.2% 


-7.4% 


AVERAGE PER CHILD 


$306 


$286 


$295 


$293 


6.8% 


3.8% 


4.3% 


OTHER ASSISTANCE RECEIVED 
















TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE 
















CHILDREN SERVED 


6,065 


5,817 


5,983 


6,908 


4.3% 


1.4% 


-12.2% 


CHILD CARE PAYMENTS 


$2,068,673 


$1,835,773 


$1,927,805 


$2,294,391 


12.7% 


7.3% 


-9.8% 


AVERAGE PER CHILD 


$341 


$316 


$322 


$332 


8.1% 


5.9% 


2.7% 


MEDICAID ONLY 
















CHILDREN SERVED 


29,293 


28,651 


30,444 


33,761 


2.2% 


-3.8% 


-13.2% 


CHILD CARE PAYMENTS 


$8,365,056 


$7,689,628 


$8,334,738 


$9,312,812 


8.8% 


0.4% 


-10.2% 


AVERAGE PER CHILD 


$286 


$268 


$274 


$276 


6.4% 


4.3% 


3.5% 


FOOD STAMPS ONLY 
















CHILDREN SERVED 


615 


643 


649 


809 


-4.4% 


-5.2% 


-24.0% 


CHILD CARE PAYMENTS 


$171,028 


$159,210 


$172,271 


$209,162 


7.4% 


-0.7% 


-18.2% 


AVERAGE PER CHILD 


$278 


$248 


$265 


$259 


12.3% 


4.8% 


7.6% 


CHILDREN SERVICES 
















CHILDREN SERVED 


5,961 


5,881 


6,356 


5,714 


1.4% 


-6.2% 


4.3% 


CHILD CARE PAYMENTS 


$2,215,954 


$2,055,199 


$2,364,637 


$2,025,540 


7.8% 


-6.3% 


9.4% 


AVERAGE PER CHILD 


$372 


$349 


$372 


$354 


6.4% 


-0.1% 


4.9% 


NO OTHER IM ASSISTANCE 
















CHILDREN SERVED 


149 


161 


151 


205 


-7.5% 


-1.3% 


-27.3% 


CHILD CARE PAYMENTS 


$45,459 


$46,668 


$41,499 


$55,967 


-2.6% 


9.5% 


-18.8% 


AVERAGE PER CHILD 


$305 


$290 


$275 


$273 


5.3% 


11.0% 


11.8% 



* Households include those active & authorized for care at month end, except for Protective Services which are considered single child 
households active during the month. 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 3 



TABLE 2. CHILD CARE APPLICATIONS 
Nov-12 















APPLICATION RESOLUTION 




# 


# 


# 


PERCENT 


TOTAL 


15 DAYS 


16 DAYS 


% OVER 




RECEIVED 


APPROVED 


REJECTED 


REJECTED 


RESOLVED 


OR LESS 


OR MORE 


15 DAYS 




Mill nr^TOM 

NW REGION 


A Tfl II f (™» M 

ATCHI 50N 


1 


1 





0.0% 


1 


1 





0.0% 




r a i r\\ ft t ft i i 

CALDWELL 


1 


1 





0.0% 


1 





1 


1 AA An/ 

100. 0% 




a n n r\ i i 

CARROLL 











0.0% 











0.0% 




CASS 


67 


34 


23 


40.4% 


57 


46 


11 


19.3% 




n i Am t/~\ m 

CHARITON 


1 


2 





0.0% 


2 


1 


1 


50.0% 




CLI NTON 


9 


3 


3 


50.0% 


6 


4 


2 


33.3% 




COOPER 


8 


6 


3 


33.3% 


9 


7 


2 


22.2% 




DAVI E55 








1 


t aa nn/ 
100.0% 


1 





1 


1 AA An/ 

100. 0% 




rrMTnv 

GENTRY 


1 





2 


T AA AO/ 

100.0% 


2 


2 





0.0% 




GRUNDY 


2 





1 


t aa An/ 

100.0% 


1 





1 


1 AA An/ 

100. 0% 




HARRI SON 


4 


1 


2 


66.7% 


3 


3 





0.0% 




HOLT 











0.0% 











0.0% 




J 0HN50N 


33 


13 


20 


60.6% 


33 


25 


8 


24.2% 




i a r - a \/ in — r fr 

LAFAYETTE 


17 


11 


15 


57.7% 


26 


17 


9 


34.6% 




LI NN 


3 


2 


2 


50.0% 


4 


3 


\ 


25.0% 




i i \ /i h i /*rTA hi 

LI VI NG5T0N 


6 


5 


3 


37.5% 


8 


3 


5 


62.5% 




ft a r~ n /^f~ n 

MERCER 





1 





0.0% 


1 


1 





0.0% 




hi s\r\ a lai a\/ 

NODAWAY 


3 


2 


3 


60.0% 


5 


4 


1 


20.0% 




PETTIS 


37 


11 


20 


64.5% 


31 


26 


5 


16.1% 




ni iThi A ft a 

PUTNAM 


3 





3 


t AA An/ 

100.0% 


3 





3 


1 AA An/ 

100. 0% 




RAY 


7 


7 


7 


50.0% 


14 


12 


2 


14.3% 




SALI NE 


14 


7 


12 


63.2% 


19 


18 


1 


5.3% 




riii i i \ / a ft i 

SULLIVAN 


1 





1 


T AA AO/ 

100.0% 


1 





1 


1 AA An/ 

100. 0% 




\fti/"\n~ri_i 

WORTH 











0.0% 











0.0% 




NW TOTAL 


218 


107 


121 


53.1% 


228 


173 


55 


24.1% 






















NE REGION 


ADAI R 


11 


6 


7 


53.8% 


13 


12 


1 


7.7% 




a i inn a i hi 

AUDRAI N 


10 


3 


3 


50.0% 


6 


1 


5 


83.3% 




BOONE 


153 


74 


61 


45.2% 


135 


58 


77 


57.0% 




CALLAWAY 


29 


18 


15 


45.5% 


33 


13 


20 


60.6% 




CLARK 


1 








0.0% 











0.0% 




COLE 


67 


34 


38 


52.8% 


72 


29 


43 


59.7% 




GASCONADE 


6 


5 


3 


37.5% 


8 


6 


2 


25.0% 




i 1 r\\ ki a n n\ 

HOWARD 


2 


3 





0.0% 


3 


3 





0.0% 




KNOX 


3 


2 


1 


33.3% 


3 


2 


1 


33.3% 




LEWI S 


9 


6 


2 


25.0% 


8 


5 


3 


37.5% 




i i h i f^r\ i h i 

LI NCOLN 


18 


11 


10 


47.6% 


21 


16 


5 


23.8% 




ft A a f^r\ ft i 

MACON 


5 


5 


2 


28.6% 


7 


7 





0.0% 




ft A a n i r\ k i 

MARI ON 


29 


16 


18 


52.9% 


34 


20 


14 


41.2% 




M AMI TT A 1 1 

MONITEAU 


6 


6 


5 


45.5% 


11 


6 


5 


45.5% 




m n m r n f 

1*1 W IM i\\J L. 


3 


2 


\ 


33.3% 


3 


2 


\ 


33.3% 




ftyii~tM"r/"^/"\hflirn\/ 

MONTGOMERY 


3 


2 





0.0% 


2 


2 





0.0% 




OSAGE 


6 


4 


2 


33.3% 


6 


3 


3 


50.0% 




PI KE 


12 


7 


4 


36.4% 


11 


9 


2 


18.2% 




RALLS 


6 


4 


6 


60.0% 


10 


7 


3 


30.0% 




r> a m nAi n Li 

RANDOLPH 


16 


9 


13 


59.1% 


22 


15 


7 


31.8% 




c i 1 1 \\j i ^ n 

SCHUYLER 


1 


1 


1 


50.0% 


2 


1 


1 


50.0% 




rrATI AMn 

SCOTLAND 


1 





1 


T AA An/ 

100.0% 


1 


1 





0.0% 




SHELBY 


2 


4 





0.0% 


4 


3 


1 


25.0% 




\m a n n rr hi 

WARREN 


16 


18 


8 


30.8% 


26 


21 


5 


19.2% 




NE TOTAL 


415 


240 


201 


45.6% 


441 


242 


199 


45.1% 






















SE REGION 


BOLLINGER 


4 


3 





0.0% 


3 


3 





0.0% 




BUTLER 


37 


14 


10 


41.7% 


24 


21 


3 


12.5% 




CAPE GIRARDEAU 


63 


27 


24 


47.1% 


51 


40 


11 


21.6% 




CARTER 


3 





3 


100.0% 


3 


2 


1 


33.3% 




CRAWFORD 


11 


5 


4 


44.4% 


9 


7 


2 


22.2% 




DENT 


9 


4 


4 


50.0% 


8 


8 





0.0% 




DUNKLIN 


33 


17 


20 


54.1% 


37 


31 


6 


16.2% 




HOWELL 


33 


17 


14 


45.2% 


31 


22 


9 


29.0% 




IRON 


3 


3 


1 


25.0% 


4 


3 


1 


25.0% 




MADISON 


4 


6 


1 


14.3% 


7 


4 


3 


42.9% 




MARIES 








1 


100.0% 


1 





1 


100.0% 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 4 



TABLE 2. CHILD CARE APPLICATIONS 
Nov-12 















APPLICATION RESOLUTION 




# 


# 


# 


PERCENT 


TOTAL 


15 DAYS 


16 DAYS 


% OVER 




RECEIVED 


APPROVED 


REJECTED 


REJECTED 


RESOLVED 


OR LESS 


OR MORE 


15 DAYS 






Ml CCICCI DDI 

Ml bbl bbl rrl 


20 


10 


5 


33.3% 


15 


12 


3 


20.0% 




NEW MADKI U 


10 


8 


4 


33.3% 


12 


9 


3 


25.0% 




UKbGUN 


3 


1 


1 


50.0% 


2 


1 


1 


50.0% 




rbMI bCU 1 


24 


13 


8 


38.1% 


21 


11 


10 


47.6% 




PERRY 


16 


6 


3 


33.3% 


9 


7 


2 


22.2% 




PHELPS 


15 


15 


10 


40.0% 


25 


23 


2 


8.0% 




PULAbKI 


14 


9 


8 


47.1% 


17 


15 


2 


11.8% 




KbYNULUb 











0.0% 











0.0% 




RIPLEY 


10 


6 


4 


40.0% 


10 


9 


1 


10.0% 




ST FRANCOIS 


48 


33 


11 


25.0% 


44 


35 


9 


20.5% 




STE GENEVIEVE 


10 


7 


4 


36.4% 


11 


10 


1 


9.1% 




SCOTT 


58 


35 


23 


39.7% 


58 


47 


11 


19.0% 




SHANNON 


1 


2 





0.0% 


2 





2 


100.0% 




STODDARD 


12 


7 


5 


41.7% 


12 


11 


1 


8.3% 




TEXAS 


11 


7 


5 


41.7% 


12 


9 


3 


25.0% 




WASHINGTON 


14 


12 


8 


40.0% 


20 


17 


3 


15.0% 




WAYNE 


4 


3 


7 


70.0% 


10 


6 


4 


40.0% 




WRIGHT 


7 


5 


2 


28.6% 


7 


7 





0.0% 




SE TOTAL 


477 


275 


190 


40.9% 


465 


370 


95 


20.4% 




SW REGION 


BARRY 


9 


4 


5 


55.6% 


9 


8 


1 


11.1% 




BARTON 


7 


3 


3 


50.0% 


6 


3 


3 


50.0% 




BATES 


4 


2 





0.0% 


2 


2 





0.0% 




BENTON 


10 


4 


4 


50.0% 


8 


5 


3 


37.5% 




CAMDEN 


12 


4 


7 


63.6% 


11 


6 


5 


45.5% 




CEDAR 


7 


4 


4 


50.0% 


8 


7 


1 


12.5% 




CHRISTIAN 


47 


20 


19 


48.7% 


39 


29 


10 


25.6% 




DADE 











0.0% 











0.0% 




DALLAS 


8 


5 


4 


44.4% 


9 


8 


1 


11.1% 




DOUGLAS 


4 


2 





0.0% 


2 


2 





0.0% 




GREENE 


242 


122 


124 


50.4% 


246 


139 


107 


43.5% 




HENRY 


16 


8 


5 


38.5% 


13 


8 


5 


38.5% 




HICKORY 


2 


2 





0.0% 


2 


2 





0.0% 




JASPER 


94 


36 


51 


58.6% 


87 


56 


31 


35.6% 




LACLEDE 


19 


15 


12 


44.4% 


27 


12 


15 


55.6% 




LAWRENCE 


19 


10 


10 


50.0% 


20 


16 


4 


20.0% 




MCDONALD 


6 


1 


7 


87.5% 


8 


2 


6 


75.0% 




MILLER 


9 


8 


7 


46.7% 


15 


7 


8 


53.3% 




MORGAN 


1 


2 


1 


33.3% 


3 


2 


1 


33.3% 




NEWTON 


27 


16 


19 


54.3% 


35 


16 


19 


54.3% 




OZARK 


4 


1 


3 


75.0% 


4 


4 





0.0% 




POLK 


22 


10 


14 


58.3% 


24 


22 


2 


8.3% 




ST CLAI R 


2 


1 





0.0% 


1 


1 





0.0% 




STONE 


13 


5 


12 


70.6% 


17 


7 


10 


58.8% 




TANEY 


21 


15 


13 


46.4% 


28 


17 


11 


39.3% 




VERNON 


14 


6 


2 


25.0% 


8 


6 


2 


25.0% 




WEBSTER 


16 


9 


8 


47.1% 


17 


13 


4 


23.5% 




SW TOTAL 


635 


315 


334 


51.5% 


649 


400 


249 


38.4% 




KC REGION 


ANDREW 


6 


1 


2 


66.7% 


3 


3 





0.0% 




BUCHANAN 


104 


46 


48 


51.1% 


94 


71 


23 


24.5% 




CLAY 


144 


70 


43 


38.1% 


113 


68 


45 


39.8% 




DE KALB 


2 


1 


1 


50.0% 


2 


2 





0.0% 




JACKSON 


846 


421 


436 


50.9% 


857 


515 


342 


39.9% 




PLATTE 


51 


20 


39 


66.1% 


59 


42 


17 


28.8% 




KC TOTAL 


1,153 


559 


569 


50.4% 


1,128 


701 


427 


37.9% 




STL REGION 


FRANKLIN 


67 


20 


36 


64.3% 


56 


32 


24 


42.9% 




JEFFERSON 


143 


70 


46 


39.7% 


116 


102 


14 


12.1% 




ST CHARLES 


175 


59 


82 


58.2% 


141 


70 


71 


50.4% 




ST LOUIS COUNTY 


1,197 


555 


384 


40.9% 


939 


642 


297 


31.6% 




ST LOUIS CITY 


776 


694 


335 


32.6% 


1,029 


781 


248 


24.1% 




SL TOTAL 


2,358 


1,398 


883 


38.7% 


2,281 


1,627 


654 


28.7% 






5,256 


2,894 


2,298 


44.3% 


5,192 


3,513 


1,679 


32.3% 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 5 



TABLE 3. CHILD CARE HOUSEHOLDS AND REASON FOR CARE 

Nov-12 







REASON FOR CARE 




TOTAL 








PROTECTIVE 


SPECIAL 


INCAPACITATED 




HOUSEHOLDS 


EMPLOYMENT 


EDUCATION 


TRAINING 


SERVICES 


NEED 


PARENT 


















NW REGION 


ATCHISON 


7 


(T 


' 1 
















CALDWELL 


11 


6 


2 





3 










CARROLL 


11 


1 


3 


1 


6 










CASS 


408 


248 


45 


3 


106 





6 




CHARITON 


7 


6 








1 










CLINTON 


34 


19 


8 





7 










COOPER 


69 


48 


7 





13 


1 







DAVI ESS 


9 


5 


1 





3 










GENTRY 


11 


7 


1 





3 










GRUNDY 


13 


6 


5 





2 










HARRISON 


11 


8 


1 





2 










HOLT 

























JOHNSON 


206 


130 


37 


3 


36 










LAFAYETTE 


114 


68 


12 


1 


33 










LINN 


18 


10 


2 





6 










LIVINGSTON 


37 


26 





3 


8 










MERCER 

























NODAWAY 


27 


23 








4 










PETTI S 


184 


128 


19 


2 


35 










PUTNAM 


15 


4 


2 





8 





1 




RAY 


42 


25 


8 





8 





1 




SALINE 


24 


3 


1 





19 





1 




SULLIVAN 


4 


1 


1 





2 










WORTH 

























NW TOTAL 


1,262 


778 


156 


13 


305 


1 


9 


NE REGION 


ADAIR 


54 


31 


7 





16 










AUDRAIN 


47 


34 


5 





6 


1 


1 




BOONE 


825 


575 


76 


7 


142 


6 


19 




CALLAWAY 


123 


85 


9 





24 


1 


4 




CLARK 


11 


6 


2 





3 










COLE 


384 


241 


40 


2 


96 


3 


2 




GASCONADE 


42 


21 


5 





16 










HOWARD 


32 


21 


4 





6 


1 







KNOX 


12 


6 


2 


1 


3 










LEWIS 


22 


15 


2 





5 










LINCOLN 


123 


74 


10 





38 





1 




MACON 


52 


44 


4 





4 










MARION 


109 


77 


10 





20 


1 


1 




MONITEAU 


48 


29 


3 





14 


2 







MONROE 


18 


14 


1 





2 





1 




MONTGOMERY 


20 


14 


4 





2 










OSAGE 


38 


26 


2 





10 










PIKE 


55 


29 


3 





21 


1 


1 




RALLS 


34 


23 


2 





8 





1 




RANDOLPH 


136 


70 


15 


1 


50 










SCHUYLER 


3 


3 



















SCOTLAND 


9 











9 










SHELBY 


17 


7 


1 





9 










WARREN 


71 


53 


9 


1 


6 





2 




NE TOTAL 


2,285 


1,498 


216 


12 


510 


16 


33 












SE REGION 


BOLLINGER 


45 


28 


7 


1 


9 










BUTLER 


275 


207 


23 


3 


37 


1 


4 




CAPE GIRARDEAU 


329 


241 


29 


3 


55 


1 







CARTER 


17 


11 


1 


1 


4 










CRAWFORD 


70 


37 


5 


1 


26 





1 




DENT 


41 


25 


6 


2 


6 





2 




DUNKLIN 


121 


76 


13 


1 


29 


1 


1 




HOWELL 


195 


117 


23 


8 


41 


4 


2 




IRON 


17 


12 


3 











2 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 6 



TABLE 3. CHILD CARE HOUSEHOLDS AND REASON FOR CARE 

Nov-12 







REASON FOR CARE 




TOTAL 








PROTECTIVE 


SPECIAL 


INCAPACITATED 




HOUSEHOLDS 


EMPLOYMENT 


EDUCATION 


TRAINING 


SERVICES 


NEED 


PARENT 




















MADISON 


104 


54 


10 


1 


37 


2 







MARIES 


10 


4 


2 





4 










MISSISSIPPI 


93 


75 


11 


1 


5 





1 




NEW MADRID 


102 


76 


8 





18 










OREGON 


18 


11 


4 





3 










PEMISCOT 


133 


89 


12 


3 


29 










PERRY 


60 


43 


4 





12 





1 




PHELPS 


115 


54 


22 





38 





1 




PULASKI 


80 


46 


7 


1 


25 


1 







REYNOLDS 


5 


5 



















RIPLEY 


65 


47 


7 





11 










ST FRANCOIS 


414 


220 


33 


5 


150 


1 


5 




STE GENEVIEVE 


111 


80 


13 


2 


16 










SCOTT 


303 


217 


24 


4 


55 





3 




SHANNON 


11 


9 


1 





1 










STODDARD 


131 


68 


11 


3 


46 


2 


1 




TEXAS 


52 


36 


6 





9 





1 




WASHINGTON 


169 


85 


13 


1 


70 










WAYNE 


46 


33 


4 





9 










WRIGHT 


36 


20 


6 





10 










SE TOTAL 


3,168 


2,026 


308 


41 


755 


13 


25 


SW REGION 


BARRY 


69 


31 


9 





29 










BARTON 


31 


21 


4 





5 





1 




BATES 


31 


8 


2 


1 


19 





1 




BENTON 


69 


44 


9 





13 





3 




CAMDEN 


52 


30 


7 





15 










CEDAR 


46 


32 


3 





9 





2 




CHRISTIAN 


309 


157 


22 





129 





1 




DADE 


10 


5 








5 










DALLAS 


33 


25 


6 





2 










DOUGLAS 


21 


12 


4 





5 










GREENE 


1,402 


805 


157 


4 


425 


7 


4 




HENRY 


103 


58 


8 





33 


4 







HICKORY 


23 


9 


2 





11 


1 







JASPER 


466 


226 


59 


1 


177 


2 


1 




LACLEDE 


116 


48 


16 


1 


50 





1 




LAWRENCE 


104 


58 


11 





35 










MCDONALD 


39 


15 


7 





17 










MILLER 


32 


23 


3 





6 










MORGAN 


19 


12 


1 





6 










NEWTON 


189 


87 


27 


1 


73 





1 




OZARK 


3 


2 


1 
















POLK 


94 


57 


4 





32 





1 




ST CLAI R 


12 


6 


3 





3 










STONE 


65 


38 


2 





25 










TANEY 


106 


80 


8 


1 


15 


2 







VERNON 


57 


43 


4 


2 


6 





2 




WEBSTER 


102 


47 


8 


2 


45 










SW TOTAL 


3,603 


1,979 


387 


13 


1,190 


16 


18 


KC REGION 


ANDREW 


31 


25 


2 


1 


3 










BUCHANAN 


427 


309 


73 


6 


30 


5 


4 




CLAY 


747 


427 


85 


12 


212 


3 


8 




DE KALB 


15 


8 


4 





3 








JACKSON 


4,481 


2,518 


555 


181 


1,189 


8 


30 




PLATTE 


205 


132 


19 


1 


52 


1 







KC TOTAL 


5,906 


3,419 


738 


201 


1,489 


17 


42 




STL REGION 


FRANKLIN 


339 


177 


32 


1 


127 





2 




JEFFERSON 


928 


524 


95 


7 


295 


1 


6 




ST CHARLES 


961 


572 


134 


11 


233 


3 


8 




ST LOUIS COUNTY 


7,149 


5,002 


1,063 


256 


778 


12 


38 




ST LOUIS CITY 


5,166 


3,466 


1,007 


352 


279 


13 


49 




SL TOTAL 


14,543 


9,741 


2,331 


627 


1,712 


29 


103 














STATEWIDE 




30,767 


19,441 


4,136 


907 


5,961 


92 


230 



NOTE: Households include those active & authorized for care at month end, except for Protective Services which are considered single child 



households active during the month. 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 7 



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DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 8 



Figure 7. Children Served by Region 




12-Month Average 
November 2011-October 2012 




DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 9 



TABLE 4. CHILDREN SERVED AND PAYMENTS BY FUND CATEGORY 

Nov 2012 





FCS/AC/CTS/IIS 


ADOPTION SUBSIDY 


INCOME ELIGIBLE 


TOTAL (UNDUPLICATED) 




CHILDREN 


PAYMENTS 


CHILDREN 


PAYMENTS 


CHILDREN 


PAYMENTS 


CHILDREN 


PAYMENTS 




















NW REGION 


ATCHISON 





$0 





$0 


11 


$1,430 


11 


$1,430 




CALDWELL 


3 


$832 





$0 


2 


$177 


5 


$1,009 




CARROLL 


6 


$1,286 





$0 


2 


$103 


8 


$1,389 




CASS 


77 


$32,886 


30 


$8,697 


424 


$109,416 


531 


$151,000 




CHARITON 


1 


$289 





$0 


7 


$885 


8 


$1,174 




CLINTON 


7 


$1,813 





$0 


31 


$4,473 


38 


$6,286 




COOPER 


8 


$1,415 


5 


$692 


86 


$12,319 


99 


$14,426 




DAVI ESS 





$183 


3 


$1,238 


7 


$781 


10 


$2,202 




GENTRY 





$0 


3 


$159 


5 


$523 


8 


$682 




GRUNDY 


1 


$154 


1 


$236 


10 


$1,533 


12 


$1,924 




HARRISON 


2 


$930 





$0 


12 


$1,933 


14 


$2,864 




HOLT 





$0 





$0 





$0 





$0 




JOHNSON 


26 


$8,898 


10 


$2,270 


251 


$61,478 


287 


$72,646 




LAFAYETTE 


20 


$7,706 


13 


$3,892 


84 


$19,701 


117 


$31,299 




LINN 


6 


$1,347 





$0 


14 


$2,000 


20 


$3,347 




LIVINGSTON 


8 


$2,466 





$0 


47 


$8,504 


55 


$10,971 




MERCER 





$0 





$0 





$0 





$0 




NODAWAY 


2 


$401 


2 


$222 


25 


$4,438 


29 


$5,062 




PETTIS 


19 


$5,086 


16 


$2,669 


186 


$30,906 


221 


$38,660 




PUTNAM 


7 


$1,269 


1 


$282 


11 


$2,218 


19 


$3,769 




RAY 


5 


$2,118 


3 


$621 


23 


$3,293 


31 


$6,032 




SALINE 


8 


$2,131 


11 


$2,477 


83 


$14,790 


102 


$19,398 




SULLIVAN 





$0 


2 


$388 


2 


$321 


4 


$709 




WORTH 





$0 





$0 





$0 





$0 




NW TOTAL 


206 


$71,212 


100 


$23,843 


1,323 


$281,223 


1,629 


$376,277 




NE REGION 


ADAIR 


13 


$3,240 


3 


$712 


50 


$7,729 


66 


$11,681 




AUDRAIN 


3 


$1,373 


2 


$213 


51 


$9,837 


56 


$11,423 




BOONE 


94 


$40,153 


48 


$14,897 


915 


$293,280 


1,055 


$348,330 




CALLAWAY 


17 


$4,292 


7 


$1,435 


82 


$14,214 


106 


$19,942 




CLARK 


3 


$1,293 





$0 


12 


$2,151 


15 


$3,444 




COLE 


62 


$28,383 


34 


$11,997 


367 


$112,132 


463 


$152,512 




GASCONADE 


12 


$2,794 


4 


$432 


23 


$3,830 


39 


$7,056 




HOWARD 


4 


$808 


2 


$383 


18 


$5,247 


24 


$6,439 




KNOX 


3 


$323 





$0 


8 


$953 


11 


$1,276 




LEWIS 


5 


$1,091 





$0 


17 


$2,677 


22 


$3,768 




LINCOLN 


32 


$9,059 


7 


$1,295 


97 


$19,001 


136 


$29,355 




MACON 


4 


$1,075 





$0 


52 


$8,055 


56 


$9,129 




MARION 


17 


$5,147 


3 


$818 


140 


$25,594 


160 


$31,559 




MONITEAU 


7 


$1,398 


7 


$1,586 


59 


$10,727 


73 


$13,711 




MONROE 


1 


$301 


1 


$83 


27 


$3,887 


29 


$4,270 




MONTGOMERY 





$0 


2 


$361 


16 


$2,272 


18 


$2,633 




OSAGE 


10 


$1,864 


1 


$263 


32 


$6,153 


43 


$8,280 




PIKE 


18 


$3,983 


3 


$716 


35 


$3,903 


56 


$8,603 




RALLS 


6 


$2,733 


2 


$446 


15 


$2,223 


23 


$5,403 




RANDOLPH 


42 


$15,470 


8 


$2,039 


125 


$28,824 


175 


$46,333 




SCHUYLER 





$0 





$0 





$0 





$0 




SCOTLAND 


9 


$1,207 





$0 


4 


$403 


13 


$1,609 




SHELBY 


2 


$315 


7 


$1,591 


6 


$746 


15 


$2,653 




WARREN 


6 


$1,133 





$0 


37 


$5,386 


43 


$6,520 




NE TOTAL 


370 


$127,437 


141 


$39,267 


2,188 


$569,224 


2,697 


$735,928 






SE REGION 


BOLLINGER 


8 


$1,623 


1 


$291 


33 


$4,305 


42 


$6,218 




BUTLER 


26 


$6,742 


11 


$2,392 


354 


$72,630 


391 


$81,764 




CAPE GIRARDEAU 


43 


$10,935 


12 


$2,585 


356 


$59,254 


411 


$72,774 




CARTER 


4 


$617 





$0 


6 


$1,437 


10 


$2,054 




CRAWFORD 


15 


$3,220 


10 


$1,879 


37 


$4,411 


61 


$9,510 




DENT 


3 


$624 


3 


$572 


47 


$6,780 


53 


$7,976 




DUNKLIN 


16 


$4,216 


13 


$1,562 


132 


$23,865 


161 


$29,643 




HOWELL 


27 


$6,122 


11 


$2,421 


249 


$38,253 


287 


$46,796 




IRON 





$0 





$0 


4 


$382 


4 


$382 




MADISON 


24 


$5,611 


12 


$2,529 


97 


$11,791 


133 


$19,932 




MARIES 


2 


$320 


2 


$465 


8 


$979 


12 


$1,764 




MISSISSIPPI 


5 


$1,136 





$0 


133 


$19,357 


138 


$20,493 




NEW MADRID 


18 


$3,903 





$0 


138 


$24,263 


156 


$28,166 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 10 



TABLE 4. CHILDREN SERVED AND PAYMENTS BY FUND CATEGORY 

Nov 2012 





FCS/AC/CTS/IIS 


ADOPTION SUBSIDY 


INCOME ELIGIBLE 


TOTAL (UNDUPLICATED) 




CHILDREN 


PAYMENTS 


CHILDREN 


PAYMENTS 


CHILDREN 


PAYMENTS 


CHILDREN 


PAYMENTS 










OREGON 





$0 


3 


$415 


25 


$2,933 


28 


$3,348 




PEMISCOT 


24 


$7,271 


5 


$724 


202 


$32,456 


231 


$40,452 




PERRY 


8 


$1,820 


4 


$1,133 


58 


$7,822 


70 


$10,774 




PHELPS 


17 


$3,351 


21 


$4,632 


91 


$13,204 


129 


$21,187 




PULASKI 


24 


$6,402 


4 


$1,886 


71 


$10,869 


99 


$19,157 




REYNOLDS 





$0 





$0 


1 


$132 


1 


$132 




RIPLEY 


6 


$1,682 


5 


$803 


62 


$7,638 


73 


$10,123 




ST FRANCOIS 


97 


$28,896 


54 


$11,545 


354 


$53,474 


502 


$93,914 




STE GENEVIEVE 


6 


$1,229 


10 


$1,884 


47 


$6,007 


63 


$9,119 




SCOTT 


44 


$10,776 


11 


$1,712 


378 


$61,550 


433 


$74,038 




SHANNON 





$0 


1 


$538 


2 


$188 


3 


$726 




STODDARD 


36 


$9,250 


10 


$2,671 


91 


$12,741 


137 


$24,662 




TEXAS 


2 


$608 


7 


$2,095 


49 


$6,847 


58 


$9,550 




WASHINGTON 


41 


$9,877 


29 


$5,500 


126 


$20,385 


196 


$35,762 




WAYNE 





$0 


9 


$1,129 


53 


$6,790 


62 


$7,919 




WRIGHT 


7 


$1,339 


3 


$430 


29 


$4,003 


39 


$5,773 




SE TOTAL 


503 


$127,571 


251 


$51,790 


3,233 


$514,747 


3,983 


$694,108 




SW REGION 


BARRY 


17 


$5,904 


15 


$2,327 


53 


$10,074 


85 


$18,305 




BARTON 


1 


$287 


4 


$689 


13 


$2,528 


18 


$3,504 




BATES 


12 


$2,305 


7 


$1,200 


10 


$1,270 


29 


$4,775 




BENTON 


11 


$2,833 


2 


$374 


73 


$10,486 


86 


$13,694 




CAMDEN 


9 


$2,667 


6 


$1,302 


40 


$5,372 


55 


$9,341 




CEDAR 


8 


$1,897 


1 


$199 


35 


$6,224 


44 


$8,319 




CHRISTIAN 


65 


$20,633 


68 


$15,728 


174 


$33,733 


307 


$70,094 




DADE 





$0 


5 


$671 


3 


$360 


8 


$1,031 




DALLAS 


2 


$488 





$0 


43 


$6,048 


45 


$6,535 




DOUGLAS 


4 


$746 


1 


$185 


12 


$1,438 


17 


$2,370 




GREENE 


221 


$96,773 


201 


$67,939 


1,165 


$327,712 


1,587 


$492,424 




HENRY 


26 


$8,686 


7 


$1,714 


75 


$12,363 


108 


$22,762 




HICKORY 


9 


$4,836 


2 


$313 


8 


$675 


19 


$5,824 




JASPER 


98 


$37,077 


80 


$23,333 


291 


$69,810 


469 


$130,220 




LACLEDE 


37 


$8,244 


13 


$2,473 


82 


$12,953 


132 


$23,669 




LAWRENCE 


17 


$3,817 


16 


$2,284 


75 


$9,156 


108 


$15,257 




MCDONALD 


10 


$2,214 


7 


$1,284 


28 


$3,563 


45 


$7,061 




MILLER 


5 


$1,521 


1 


$184 


30 


$4,067 


36 


$5,772 




MORGAN 


4 


$734 


2 


$294 


13 


$2,037 


19 


$3,065 




NEWTON 


45 


$15,406 


28 


$9,590 


158 


$38,719 


231 


$63,715 




OZARK 





$0 





$0 


3 


$437 


3 


$437 




POLK 


18 


$4,566 


14 


$3,768 


61 


$10,736 


93 


$19,070 




ST CLAI R 


1 


$249 


2 


$478 


5 


$778 


8 


$1,505 




STONE 


16 


$3,802 


9 


$1,410 


51 


$7,670 


76 


$12,882 




TANEY 


12 


$5,103 


3 


$807 


98 


$14,673 


113 


$20,584 




VERNON 


6 


$2,343 





$0 


65 


$8,517 


70 


$10,859 




WEBSTER 


9 


$3,615 


34 


$6,311 


59 


$8,939 


102 


$18,865 




SW TOTAL 


663 


$236,745 


528 


$144,856 


2,723 


$610,338 


3,913 


$991,938 




KC REGION 


ANDREW 


1 


$328 


2 


$656 


20 


$3,392 


23 


$4,376 




BUCHANAN 


15 


$7,123 


16 


$4,378 


520 


$165,567 


551 


$177,068 




CLAY 


111 


$50,167 


98 


$37,443 


617 


$181,894 


826 


$269,503 




DE KALB 


1 


$89 


2 


$692 


8 


$1,935 


11 


$2,716 




JACKSON 


708 


$375,102 


480 


$185,520 


5,024 


$1,607,021 


6,210 


$2,167,642 




PLATTE 


29 


$14,682 


25 


$7,960 


186 


$54,651 


240 


$77,292 




KC TOTAL 


865 


$447,491 


623 


$236,647 


6,375 


$2,014,459 


7,861 


$2,698,598 




STL REGION 


FRANKLIN 


94 


$37,010 


34 


$9,318 


274 


$74,864 


402 


$121,192 




JEFFERSON 


197 


$77,727 


105 


$34,115 


839 


$226,863 


1,141 


$338,705 




ST CHARLES 


152 


$71,216 


82 


$28,476 


1,078 


$331,934 


1,307 


$431,626 




ST LOUIS COUNTY 


390 


$175,397 


388 


$138,501 


10,134 


$3,344,060 


10,906 


$3,657,957 




ST LOUIS CITY 


166 


$84,542 


103 


$52,794 


7,955 


$2,682,505 


8,222 


$2,819,841 




SL TOTAL 


999 


$445,892 


712 


$263,204 


20,280 


$6,660,225 


21,976 


$7,369,321 


|OUT OF STATE 





$0 





$0 





$0 





$0 


STATEWIDE (UNDUPLICATED) 


3,606 


$1,456,347 


2,355 


$759,607 


36,122 


$10,650,216 


42,059| $12,866,170 



NOTE: Children may have been served in more than one category and/or in more than one county for a report month. 

DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 11 



Figure 8. Total Children Served By Age Group 



November 2012 



12- Month Average 
November 2011-October 2012 





Figure 9. Children Served Age < 2 by Facility 



November 2012 



12-Month Average 
November 2011-October 2012 



Groifi Home Cave 
177 
2% 




Famty Home Care 
2,656 
30% 



Gcoif) Home Care 
182 
2% 




DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 12 



Figure 10. Children Served Ages 2-5 by Facility 



November 2012 



12-Month Average 
November 20 11 -October 2012 




Famty Home Cane 
5,579 
Z3% 



Group Home Care 
550 
2% 




Figure 11. Children Served Age > 5 by Facility 



November 2012 



12-Month Average 
November 20 11 -October 2012 




Group Home Care 
268 
2% 



Fanfly Home Care 
5498 
39% 




DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 13 



Figure 12. Children Served in Center by Age 



November 2012 



12-Month Average 
November 20 11 -October 2012 





Figure 13. Children Served in Family Home by Age 



November 2012 



12-Month Average 
November 20 11 -October 2012 





Figure 14. Children Served in Group Home by Age 



November 2012 



12-Month Average 
November 20 11 -October 2012 




Ages 2 5 
507 
53% 




DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 14 



TABLE 5. CHILDREN SERVED AND PAYMENTS BY CHILD AGE AND FACILITY 

Nov- 12 









CHANGE 






CHANGE 




CHILDREN 


CHILDREN 


FROM 


PAYMENTS 


PAYMENTS 


FROM 




Nov-2012 


Nov-2011 


LAST YEAR 


Nov-2012 


Nov-2011 


LAST YEAR 




TOTAL (UNDUPLICATED) 


42,059 


47,382 


-11.2% 


$12,866,170 


$13,897,873 


-7.4% 


CHILDREN BY CHILD AGE* 














UNDERAGE 1 


3,165 


3,723 


-15.0% 


$1,497,742 


$1,657,252 


-9.6% 


AGE 1 


5,073 


5,711 


-11.2% 


$2,471,449 


$2,655,266 


-6.9% 


AGE 2 


5,892 


6,759 


-12.8% 


$1,750,258 


$1,925,588 


-9.1% 


AGE 3 


6,288 


7,348 


-14.4% 


$1,877,682 


$2,106,642 


-10.9% 


AGE 4 


6,327 


7,107 


-11.0% 


$1,890,249 


$2,030,242 


-6.9% 


AGE 5 


3,795 


3,932 


-3.5% 


$846,001 


$854,819 


-1.0% 


AGE 6 


2,694 


2,924 


-7.9% 


$552,030 


$562,387 


-1.8% 


AGE 7 


2,284 


2,512 


-9.1% 


$465,714 


$479,863 


-2.9% 


AGE 8 


1,928 


2,208 


-12.7% 


$402,564 


$443,288 


-9.2% 


AGE 9 


1,715 


1,877 


-8.6% 


$362,530 


$377,748 


-4.0% 


AGE 10 


1,449 


1,594 


-9.1% 


$312,999 


$321,777 


-2.7% 


AGE 11 


1,042 


1,152 


-9.5% 


$227,485 


$246,577 


-7.7% 


AGE 12 


688 


788 


-12.7% 


$153,571 


$174,597 


-12.0% 


AGE 13 


61 


73 


-16.4% 


$20,756 


$22,170 


-6.4% 


AGE 14 and over 


102 


113 


-9.7% 


$35,141 


$39,658 


-11.4% 


CHILDREN BY FACILITY TYPE** 












CENTER 


29,572 


32,439 


-8.8% 


$9,829,617 


$10,341,692 


-5.0% 


FAMILY HOME 


11,933 


14,423 


-17.3% 


$2,842,377 


$3,370,696 


-15.7% 


GROUP HOME 


954 


1,007 


-5.3% 


$194,176 


$185,484 


4.7% 






CHILD AGE BY FACILITY TYPE** 












UNDERAGE 1 














CENTER 


2,137 


2,376 


-10.1% 


$1,179,645 


$1,257,088 


-6.2% 


FAMILY HOME 


1,003 


1,318 


-23.9% 


$296,147 


$378,631 


-21.8% 


GROUP HOME 


67 


77 


-13.0% 


$21,950 


$21,533 


1.9% 


AGE 1 














CENTER 


3,583 


3,971 


-9.8% 


$2,023,461 


$2,135,705 


-5.3% 


FAMILY HOME 


1,429 


1,696 


-15.7% 


$415,281 


$491,300 


-15.5% 


GROUP HOME 


110 


100 


10.0% 


$32,707 


$28,261 


15.7% 


AGE 2 














CENTER 


4,437 


4,918 


-9.8% 


$1,404,559 


$1,491,132 


-5.8% 


FAMILY HOME 


1,373 


1,760 


-22.0% 


$316,083 


$404,196 


-21.8% 


GROUP HOME 


154 


158 


-2.5% 


$29,616 


$30,260 


-2.1% 


AGE 3 














CENTER 


4,920 


5,578 


-11.8% 


$1,551,521 


$1,693,028 


-8.4% 


FAMILY HOME 


1,280 


1,670 


-23.4% 


$299,153 


$382,818 


-21.9% 


GROUP HOME 


145 


180 


-19.4% 


$27,008 


$30,796 


-12.3% 


AGE 4 














CENTER 


5,047 


5,547 


-9.0% 


$1,573,445 


$1,663,020 


-5.4% 


FAMILY HOME 


1,214 


1,490 


-18.5% 


$289,859 


$340,933 


-15.0% 


GROUP HOME 


133 


143 


-7.0% 


$26,945 


$26,290 


2.5% 


AGE 5 














CENTER 


2,733 


2,734 


0.0% 


$627,391 


$610,299 


2.8% 


FAMILY HOME 


1,016 


1,140 


-10.9% 


$204,939 


$231,945 


-11.6% 


GROUP HOME 


75 


89 


-15.7% 


$13,671 


$12,575 


8.7% 



*Age reflects the age of the child when the care was provided, and not when payment was made. A child could be 
more than one age group if payments were made for multiple service months during the report month. 
** A child is counted in each facility type where care was provided. 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 15 



TABLE 5. CHILDREN SERVED AND PAYMENTS BY CHILD AGE AND FACILITY 

Nov-2012 





CHANGE 

CHILDREN CHILDREN FROM 
Nov-2012 Nov- 2011 LAST YEAR 


PAYMENTS PAYMENTS 
Nov-2012 Nov-2011 


CHANGE 
FROM 
LAST YEAR 


AGE 6 














CENTER 


1,764 


1,881 


-6.2% 


$368,754 


$357,403 


3.2% 


FAMILY HOME 


878 


1,001 


-12.3% 


$172,232 


$197,832 


-12.9% 


GROUP HOME 


69 


61 


13.1% 


$11,044 


$7,153 


54.4% 


AGE 7 














CENTER 


1,471 


1,595 


-7.8% 


$293,678 


$298,423 


-1.6% 


FAMILY HOME 


769 


878 


-12.4% 


$162,790 


$173,147 


-6.0% 


GROUP HOME 


64 


60 


6.7% 


$9,246 


$8,293 


11.5% 


AGE 8 














CENTER 


1,210 


1,325 


-8.7% 


$252,556 


$261,003 


-3.2% 


FAMILY HOME 


682 


850 


-19.8% 


$143,160 


$175,476 


-18.4% 


GROUP HOME 


48 


54 


-11.1% 


$6,848 


$6,808 


0.6% 


AGE 9 














CENTER 


1,007 


1,070 


-5.9% 


$209,279 


$213,909 


-2.2% 


FAMILY HOME 


682 


787 


-13.3% 


$147,300 


$159,178 


-7.5% 


GROUP HOME 


37 


35 


5.7% 


$5,951 


$4,660 


27.7% 


AGE 10 














CENTER 


805 


870 


-7.5% 


$172,351 


$170,323 


1.2% 


FAMILY HOME 


624 


710 


-12.1% 


$136,873 


$148,051 


-7.5% 


GROUP HOME 


29 


26 


11.5% 


$3,774 


$3,403 


10.9% 


AGE 11 














CENTER 


484 


544 


-11.0% 


$104,582 


$114,170 


-8.4% 


FAMILY HOME 


545 


592 


-7.9% 


$120,236 


$128,777 


-6.6% 


GROUP HOME 


19 


22 


-13.6% 


$2,667 


$3,630 


-26.5% 


AGE 12 














CENTER 


252 


294 


-14.3% 


$56,485 


$63,025 


-10.4% 


FAMILY HOME 


426 


494 


-13.8% 


$94,5b4 


$110,919 


-14.7% 


GROUP HOME 


12 


7 


71.4% 


$2,502 


$652 


283.6% 


AGE 13 














CENTER 


22 


18 


22.2% 


$7,314 


$5,198 


40.7% 


FAMILY HOME 


40 


53 


-24.5% 


$13,442 


$16,019 


-16.1% 


GROUP HOME 





2 


0.0% 


$0 


$953 


-100.0% 


AGE 14 and over 














CENTER 


14 


23 


-39.1% 


$4,596 


$7,966 


-42.3% 


FAMILY HOME 


87 


90 


-3.3% 


$30,298 


$31,475 


-3.7% 


GROUP HOME 


1 


1 


0.0% 


$246 


$216 


14.0% 



*Age reflects the age of the child when the care was provided, and not when payment was made. A child could be 
counted in more than one age group if payments were made for multiple service months during the report 
**A child is counted in each facility type where care was provided. 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 16 



TABLE 6. CHILD CARE DEMOGRAPHICS 











NOV-30-2012 


NOV-30-2011 






Race of Children 












White 


44.8% 


46.2% 








Black 


51.3% 


50.3% 








Other 


3.9% 


3.5% 




Hispanic - Children 












Yes 


3.0% 


2.9% 








No 


97.0% 


97.1% 




Type of Household 












One parent 


93.9% 


93.3% 








Two parent 


6.1% 


6.7% 




Household Size 












2 


37.8% 


38.2% 








3 


32.1% 


32.2% 








4 


18.1% 


17.8% 








5 


7.9% 


7.8% 








6 


2.7% 


2.7% 








7 or more 


1.4% 


1.3% 




Monthly Household Income by Household Size* 






Household Size= 


-2 










$545 OR LESS 




43% 


of poverty guidelines 


37.2% 


40.7% 


$546-$654 




52% 


of poverty guidelines 


3.7% 


4.2% 


$655-$763 




61% 


of poverty guidelines 


4.9% 


5.1% 


$764-$872 




69% 


of poverty guidelines 


6.0% 


5.8% 


$873-$981 




78% 


of poverty guidelines 


6.3% 


6.0% 


$982-$l,090 




87% 


of poverty guidelines 


6.8% 


6.1% 


$1,091-$1,199 




95% 


of poverty guidelines 


7.5% 


6.6% 


$1,200-$1,524 




121% 


of poverty guidelines 


20.8% 


19.7% 


OVER $1,524 




Over 121% 


of poverty guidelines 


6.8% 


4.2% 


Household Size= 


=3 










$674 OR LESS 




42% 


of poverty guidelines 


29.9% 


33.6% 


$675-$808 




51% 


of poverty guidelines 


5.0% 


5.0% 


$809-$943 




59% 


of poverty guidelines 


6.0% 


5.8% 


$944-$l,078 




68% 


of poverty guidelines 


7.0% 


7.2% 


$1,079-$1,212 




76% 


of poverty guidelines 


7.3% 


7.3% 


$1,213-$1,347 




85% 


of poverty guidelines 


8.4% 


7.8% 


$1,348-$1,482 




93% 


of poverty guidelines 


8.8% 


8.0% 


$1,483-$1,885 




119% 


of poverty guidelines 


21.8% 


19.9% 


OVER $1,885 




Over 119% 


of poverty guidelines 


5.9% 


5.0% 


Household Size= 


=4 










$802 OR LESS 




42% 


of poverty guidelines 


28.6% 


31.7% 


$803-$962 




50% 


of poverty guidelines 


6.0% 


6.1% 


$963-$l,122 




58% 


of poverty guidelines 


7.0% 


7.0% 


$1,123-$1,283 




67% 


of poverty guidelines 


8.2% 


8.0% 


$1,284-$1,443 




75% 


of poverty guidelines 


8.8% 


9.0% 


$1,444-$1,604 




84% 


of poverty guidelines 


9.1% 


8.1% 


$1,605-$1,764 




92% 


of poverty guidelines 


7.7% 


8.0% 


$l,765-$2,244 




117% 


of poverty guidelines 


19.7% 


17.8% 


OVER $2,244 




Over 117% 


of poverty guidelines 


4.9% 


6.1% 


Household Size= 


= 5 










0-$930 




41% 


of poverty guidelines 


29.0% 


34.5% 


$931-$1,116 




50% 


of poverty guidelines 


7.2% 


7.6% 


$1,117-$1,302 




58% 


of poverty guidelines 


9.0% 


9.3% 


$1,303-$1,488 




66% 


of poverty guidelines 


9.4% 


9.2% 


$1,489-$1,674 




74% 


of poverty guidelines 


8.9% 


7.9% 


$1,675-$1,860 




83% 


of poverty guidelines 


9.0% 


7.4% 


$l,861-$2,046 




91% 


of poverty guidelines 


7.6% 


6.5% 


$2,047-$2,601 




116% 


of poverty guidelines 


15.3% 


14.8% 


OVER $2,601 




Over 116% 


of poverty guidelines 


4.6% 


3.0% 



NOTE: Percentages are based on children and households authorized for child care as of 

the end of the report month. 
* This table reflects Federal HHS Poverty Guidelines issued J anuary 26, 2012. 



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TABLE 6A. HOUSEHOLDS RECEIVING TRANSITIONAL CHILDCARE SUBSIDY (TCC) 

NOVEMBER 2012 





TRANSITIONAL 


TRANSITIONAL 


TRANSITIONAL 


AVERAGE 


AVERAGE CHILD 




HOUSEHOLDS 


CHILDREN 


EXPENDITURES 


HOUSEHOLD 


EXPENDITURE 










EXPENDITURE 






NW REGION 


14 


18 


$2,542 


$182 


$141 


NE REGION 


34 


42 


$5,373 


$158 


$128 


SE REGION 


39 


55 


$4,391 


$113 


$80 


SW REGION 


60 


75 


$9,499 


$158 


$127 


KC REGION 


108 


165 


$29,102 


$269 


$176 


SL REGION 


276 


425 


$82,671 


$300 


$195 


STATEWIDE 


531 


780 


$133,576 


$252 


$17l| 



Figure 15. TRANSITIONAL HOUSEHOLDS BY REGION 




Figure 16. TRANSITIONAL CHILDREN BY REGION 

NW 
2.3% 




SL 
54.5% 



KC 
21.2% 



Note: The Transitional Child Care (TCC) benefit is at a reduced rate of the traditional child care benefit, meaning 
TCC families have an increased responsibilty for their child care cost. TCC is only available to current child 
care families who have an increase in income making them ineligible for traditional child care assistance. 



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Figure 17. Children Served by Provider Type 



November 2012 



12- Month Average 
November 20 11 -October 2012 



License Exempt 
4,246 
10% 




License Exempt 
4,625 
10% 




Figure 18. Child Care Providers by Type 



November 2012 



12- Month Average 
November 20 11 -October 2012 



licensed 
2,117 
40% 




license Exempt 
463 
9% 



licensed 
2,136 
38% 




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TABLE 7. CHILDREN SERVED, PROVIDERS AND PAYMENTS BY PROVIDER TYPE 

Nov 2012 





NUMBER 


NUMBER 


CHANGE 




OR AMOUNT 


OR AMOUNT 


FROM 




Nov- 2012 


Nov- 2011 


LAST YEAR 


*** TOTAL LICENSED *** 








CHI LDREN 


29,307 


32,660 


-10.3% 


PROVIDERS 


2,117 


2,208 


-4.1% 


PAYMENTS 


$9,571,873 


$10,183,345 


-6.0% 


CENTERS 








CHILDREN 


25,379 


27,828 


-8.8% 


PROVIDERS 


1,359 


1,350 


0.7% 


PAYMENTS 


$8,673,025 


$9,108,302 


-4.8% 


FAMILY HOMES 








CHI LDREN 


3,104 


3,966 


-21.7% 


PROVIDERS 


632 


733 


-13.8% 


PAYMENTS 


$704,672 


$889,559 


-20.8% 


GROUP HOMES 








CHI LDREN 


954 


1,007 


-5.3% 


PROVIDERS 


126 


125 


0.8% 


PAYMENTS 


$194,176 


$185,484 


4.7% 




*** REGISTERED *** 








CHI LDREN 


8,945 


10,545 


-15.2% 


PROVIDERS 


2,752 


3,215 


-14.4% 


PAYMENTS 


$2,184,600 


$2,505,885 


-12.8% 


FOUR OR LESS 








UNRELATED CHILDREN 








CHI LDREN 


8,803 


10,413 


-15.5% 


PROVIDERS 


2,666 


3,132 


-14.9% 


PAYMENTS 


$2,128,642 


$2,467,003 


-13.7% 


OUT-OF-STATE PROVIDER 








LICENSE EXEMPT 








CHILDREN 


25 


26 


-3.8% 


PROVIDERS 


15 


13 


15.4% 


PAYMENTS 


$6,492 


$6,492 


0.0% 


OUT-OF-STATE PROVIDER 








LICENSED BY OTHER STATE 








CHI LDREN 


117 


102 


14.7% 


PROVIDERS 


71 


68 


4.4% 


PAYMENTS 


$49,466 


$31,490 


57.1% 


MILITARY 








CHI LDREN 





4 


-100.0% 


PROVIDERS 





2 


-100.0% 


PAYMENTS 


$0 


$900 


-100.0% 




*** TOTAL LICENSE EXEMPT *** 








CHILDREN 


4,246 


4,683 


-9.3% 


PROVIDERS 


463 


471 


-1.7% 


PAYMENTS 


$1,109,697 


$1,208,643 


-8.2% 


SCHOOL 








CHI LDREN 


1,431 


1,587 


-9.8% 


PROVIDERS 


245 


254 


-3.5% 


PAYMENTS 


$342,876 


$372,549 


-8.0% 


BUSINESS 








CHILDREN 


12 


3 


300.0% 


PROVIDERS 


2 


1 


100.0% 


PAYMENTS 


$2,821 


$588 


380.0% 


RELIGIOUS 








CHI LDREN 


2,772 


3,030 


-8.5% 


PROVIDERS 


212 


204 


3.9% 


PAYMENTS 


$755,031 


$821,760 


-8.1% 


SUMMER 








CHILDREN 


37 


78 


-52.6% 


PROVIDERS 


4 


12 


-66.7% 


PAYMENTS 


$8,969 


$13,747 


-34.8% 



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